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Ripoff Report | The American War Review - Long Beach, California
Report: #1423112

Complaint Review: The American War Library - Long Beach California

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  • The American War Library 817 East Via Carmelitos Virginia Building 319 Long Beach, California United States

The American War Library Amervets.com Phil Coleman American War Library amerwar@amervets.com email inquiry for Combat Action Ribbon Award Recognition Long Beach California

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I recently contacted the American War Library online in regards to getting a display recognition for CAR ribbon from my service in Desert Storm.

After completing the online forms and making a payment, I was then required to summit a copy of my DD214 for proof that I had earned the ribbon.

I sent my DD214 via email as a jpg since they requested no pdf versions. I was then contacted about needing to send my military service number via email back to them. I did that and explained that the numebr is also on my DD214 as it was after 1969, when they began using our social security numbers as service numbers. I reluctantly sent it any way as the first eight digits. And I then recieved no response after this point.

I continued to email the AWL several more times without success. I'm now unable to get a reply as the address (accessible from their website link) is kicking back as "undeliverable". The loss of money is small but this person was able to con me out of my service record DD214 which is very serious to me, I feel this man will use it to profit by selling my personal info and who knows what else.

Please do something with this information, I am pretty certain that this is not the only avenue that this person is using to con people.



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Sidney walton gosidneygo

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POSTED: Tuesday, July 17, 2018

 Sidney Walton, 99, one of America's oldest WWII vets, was born on Feb.11, 1919 in New York City. He enlisted in the Army in 1941, nine months before Pearl Harbor, serving a total of five years. Before he joined the Army to serve our nation in WWII, Sidney missed a chance to meet some of the last few remaining Civil War veterans in New York City's Central Park. It was a missed opportunity that he has regretted his entire life. Now, to make up for that one regret, Sidney has embarked on a one-year National No Regrets Tour in which he will travel to every state and visit every capital. He plans on meeting all 50 governors and thousands of citizens and veterans on his whirlwind tour, which will conclude on his 100th birthday, Feb. 11th, at the White House. "As the 'Greatest Generation' passes away, here is one last opportunity to thank a member of that generation who served our nation so nobly through its period of greatest need. Their contributions to our nation and to the preservation of civilization itself should never be forgotten." (Rhode Island House Resolution, 4/24/18)

"In this moment when the country has been so divisive, this is the one thing that integrates Democrats and Republicans alike. They revere a person who saved both the country and the world. It makes us feel like we have a national treasure," said his son Paul. The one-of-a-kind "No Regrets Tour," which began in Rhode Island, relies heavily on contributions - see donation links below. Sidney has met with 12 governors so far and has 38 more to go: 4/24 - Gina Raimondo, Rhode Island; appointed Honorary Brigadier General of RI Militia 4/30 - Mass. Gov. Charlie Baker; honored on field at Fenway Park 5/4 - Maine Gov. Paul LePage; luncheon w/ First Lady Ann LePage 5/10 - Connecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy 5/18 - New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo; 1-hr private meeting 5/24 - New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy and First Lady Tammy Murphy 5/28 - Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb; private mtg. & Memorial Day ceremony after Indy 500 6/11 - Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts press conference 6/19 - Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam 6/26 - Kentucky Gov. Matt

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